There's a misconception we need to be ill or dying to think about our own funeral - much like you don't need to be engaged or in a relationship to think about your own wedding!
For this experience, join death-positive celebrant Beth for a friendly chat about funerals over tea and cake. Beth believes death isn't something to be afraid of or a taboo, it's something that should be celebrated, along with life, with ceremonies honouring our loved ones.
You will begin by discussing your own experiences of death, grief and attending funerals - if you feel comfortable doing so. You will then think about what you would want for your own. This is a creative and safe space for you to explore your own relationship with death, in addition to giving you insight into what to expect if you find yourself having to organise one for someone you love.
This is a chance to reflect on the things that are important to you, and life milestones that are important to your story. Together with Beth, you will look at songs and ideas for readings and who you would ideally want to be there. After the workshop, you will receive a document with your ideas and wishes for you to share with loved ones if you want to, or simply keep it to yourself.
This workshop is designed for one person, but if you wanted to do this with a partner or group of friends, please get in touch and Beth can make arrangements.
The workshop is available on Wednesday mornings but if that time does not work for you please purchase a voucher and Beth will be in touch to find a better time for you.
Age restrictions: 18+
|Concession (for those on income support )
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